Klubb will launch the 12.5 metre K32 platform on a Renault Master chassis at JDL in Beaune, France later this month.
The new Renault chassis is compliant with Euro VI standards, and also meets the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), a laboratory test used to measure fuel consumption and CO2 emissions along with their pollutant emissions. The new test comes into force this month, replacing the old NEDC test with testing now based on real driving data. The K32 is a one man platform with an outreach of 7.3 metres and 120kg platform capacity, without the need for stabilisers.
Klubb president Julien Bourrellis said: “As a Renault approved bodybuilder, we work in close collaboration with the manufacturer's technical teams, which means we are always ahead of the game in responding to new regulations, without any break in delivery, and in launching innovative products to our clients.”